Nadine Jurrat is project manager at the Research and Evaluation department at DW Akademie, focusing on viability strategies for investigative media. She has over 16 years of experience in international media development, focusing on support for independent media in conflict zones, fragile states and closed societies. Previously, she was Head of Programs at the London-based Rory Peck Trust and worked as an independent consultant for international media development organizations. Her publications include “Mapping Digital Media: Citizen Journalism and the Internet” (2011) for the Open Society Foundations and “Media Development in Regions of Conflict, Transitional Countries, and Closed Societies” (2016) for DW Akademie. Nadine Jurrat trained at the London School of Journalism and holds a B.A. (hons) in French and Hispanic Studies from Queen Mary University as well as an M.A. in Area Studies (Latin America) from the University of London with a special focus on development, international politics and economics.
Nadine is speaking at
What are the key strategies to help sustain investigative news outlets? Is it commercial income? Big donors? Small ones? Audience development? DW Akademie is releasing two reports at GIJC19: How to Fund Investigative Journalism, aimed at best practices for donors, and
After the Scoop: How Investigative Journalism Affects Media. The panel includes groups profiled in the report, who will explain how they build and diversify revenue.
Add to my calendar
Create your personal schedule through the official app, Whova!Get Started